ERIC Number: ED224173
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: N/A
Fringe Benefits for Administrators in Public Schools, 1981-82. Part 2 of National Survey of Fringe Benefits in Public Schools. ERS Report.
Educational Research Service, Arlington, VA.
To help school boards and administrative personnel assess the noncash compensation packages in their districts, this fourth biennial survey provides information on fringe benefits given administrators and supervisors (other than superintendents) in a national stratified random sample of 1,044 of the nation's 11,313 public school districts. Summarized in 30 tables, the data are classified by district enrollment size, per-pupil expenditures, and geographic region. The variables covered include administrators' and supervisors' leave provisions, group and individual medical and life insurance plans, professional liability insurance provisions, retirement plans, severance pay, tuition reimbursement, conference and meeting expenses, professional association memberships, transportation allowances, health examinations, and collective bargaining agreements. Most districts, according to the survey's findings, provide various insurance plans and group retirement systems, allow vacation leave, pay conference expenses, and give travel allowances, but only 43 percent pay professional membership dues, two-fifths offer severance pay, and one-quarter provide tuition reimbursement. (RW)
Descriptors: Administrators, Board Administrator Relationship, Collective Bargaining, Elementary Secondary Education, Employment Practices, Expenditure per Student, Fees, Fringe Benefits, Geographic Regions, Insurance, Leaves of Absence, National Surveys, Public Schools, Retirement Benefits, School Districts, School Supervision, Tables (Data), Travel, Vacations
Publications, Educational Research Service, Inc., 1800 North Kent Street, Arlington, VA 22209 (Stock No. 219-21672; $24.00).
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Educational Research Service, Arlington, VA.